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Whispering Tears: A Book of Poetry

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A compilation of poetry. Love, Loss, Anger, Pain and Frustration. Enjoy the poetic release of emotion created by Ann Marie Stone and Alayna Zappa.
Kindle Edition, 81 pages
Published December 23rd 2013 by AnnMarie Stone
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Dianne
Jan 20, 2014 rated it it was amazing
How often do you read poetry? I think many of us only look at poetry in terms of sing-song rhymes, or past school assignments, but real poetry is so much more. Throw out the notion that it must rhyme, what poetry needs is cadence and if you pay attention there is a story in each poetic piece. In just a few verses you feel pain, sorrow, loneliness and can connect with the feeling expressed, even if just from a memory or an understanding.

Whispering Tears overflows with words from the heart. Each
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Lynn  2 Girls & A Book
As I read this unique book of poetry, I pictured myself in a coffee/café shop with blues music playing softly in the background while a young woman sat on a darkened stage reading the lines of her life. Several of the poems about lost one ones, lost love and loneliness spoke to me on a personal level.
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I must admit I am not the biggest poetry fan but I did enjoy Whispering Tears. My favorites were My Daughter and The Things I Love and Hate. I could relate to many of the poems which made me enjoy it even more. If you are looking for you poetry fix Whispering Tears is it.
Keisha Carpenter
Jan 08, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I don't read a lot of poetry but I enjoyed this. My favorites were My Daughter and The Things I Love and Hate. If your a fan of poetry I recommend reading this. I could relate to many of the poems written.
Benita Wilson
Mar 08, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I used to read poetry a lot when I was younger. After reading this book, it made me remember why I used to love it so much. Could relate with some of the pain felt. Very touching. Would recommend highly.
Heather Way
Jan 12, 2014 rated it it was amazing
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I have always loved poetry this book was just what I needed I haven't read poetry in years not sure if it was lack of interest or lack of desire but After reading Whispering Tears It renewed my love of poetry !!
Vivian
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Beautiful poems, very talented author.
Stephanie Grant
Dec 31, 2013 rated it really liked it
Wonderful poems
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This is on my to be read list and I'm extremely excited about getting started - I will leave a more thorough review after I'm done :)
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I was born and raised in Arizona and currently live in Phoenix. The heat can be difficult during the summer, but I try my best to spend most of my time during the hottest months indoors writing. I would love to travel someday and I hope that my writing will take me many places,
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